DAVE MASON TO MAKE SPECIAL APPEARANCE AT SUNDANCE FESTIVAL
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Legendary co-founder of the seminal band Traffic, successful solo artist, and award winning songwriter Dave Mason will make a special unplugged appearance at the ASCAP's Sundance Music Cafe 4:30 PM, Tuesday January 22 at the Rich Haines Gallery, 751 Main Street in Park CIty.
Mason's classic compositions, 'Feeling Alright', 'Only You Know and I Know', 'We Just Disagree', 'Shouldn't Have Taken More Than You Gave', 'Every Woman (In The World To Me)', 'Sad and Deep as You', 'You Can All Join In' have set the scene in many films and commercials. He is also known for his stellar guitar work on Jimi Hendrix's ‘Along The Watchtower’, The Rolling Stones' ‘Beggar’s Banquet’, George Harrison's ‘All Things Must Pass’, Paul McCartney's ‘Listen To What The Man Said’, as well as his solo albums and those with Traffic.
Mason will be presenting new compositions to the film community, as well as serving up some of his career bests.